How to Play Mummy Tag: A Halloween Twist on an All-Time Favorite

Do your kids love to play tag?

Looking for a spooky twist on this timeless childhood game?

A simple roll of toilet paper transforms a traditional game of tag into a cool new experience your kids will remember for a long time: Mummy Tag.

In this article I will show you a delightfully creepy alternative to a game of tag that will have your kids squealing with delight.

Halloween Game - Mummy Tag: a great way to tap into the Halloween holiday excitement, engage with your kids and get everyone off the couch.

Why Mummy Tag?

There’s something about the game of tag that never gets old—the thrill of chasing and being chased.

It’s always a trip down memory lane when I see my boys playing tag at school or at the park. Freeze tag and cartoon tag were my favorite playground variations when I was a kid. What were your favorite tag games?

I was excited to test this Halloween version of the game with my boys. To my delight and theirs, it was a hit! I’m sure your family will have fun playing Mummy Tag, too.

Mummy Tag is a great way to tap into the Halloween holiday excitement, engage with your kids and get everyone off the couch.

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How to Create Glow-In-The-Dark Bowling In Your Home

Looking for a fun twist on an evening in with the kids?

Love the crash of knocking down pins, but not the questionable fashion of rental shoes?

Try glow-in-the-dark nighttime bowling at home.

It’s bowling with a little something extra that is sure to get your kids so excited they’ll jump off the couch, turn off the TV and play—no silly shoes required!

In this article I’ll show you all you need to create this indoor adventure.

Glow-in-the-dark bowling: Discover a simple, inexpensive activity that will get your kids moving and giggling, and telling their friends all about it.

Why Bowling?

Bowling has been entertaining families for thousands of years. Some researchers have traced the history of bowling back as far as 3200 BC.

Granted, the sport has changed a bit since ancient Egypt. But it has continued to grow in popularity and is now enjoyed by some 95 million people in 90 countries.

Now you can experience bowling at home!

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